Broken Social Scene announce new album details

Canadian's return with new album this May

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Broken Social Scene are to release their next studio album in May.

The Canadian collective’s new album – their fifth – is currently untitled, but will be released on May 3. John McEntire of Tortoise produced the album at Chicago‘s Soma Studios, with further sessions taking place at Giant Studios and The Schvitz Studio in Toronto.

The band are also set to play live at the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival in Minehead on May 14, as well as an appearance at The Great Escape in Brighton on May 15 and a headline show at London‘s Heaven venue on May 17.

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